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Pale Black T-Shirts

California • 1984 • White • Small • Preowned

Condition: Preowned - Good

Size: S

Regular price $9.99 USD
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Chest: 16 in

Length: 22.5 in

Shoulder: 14 in

Sleeve: 6 in

Hem: 19.5 in

A lot of stuff happened in 1984 California. It was a big year!

January 9: Van Halen releases their sixth studio album, 1984, which was to be David Lee Roth's last as lead singer.

January 22: Apple CEO Steve Jobs and President John Sculley presented the new Macintosh Desktop Computer and the infamous 1984 commercial airs during the super bowl.

April 24: A 6.1 magnitude earthquake occurred near Halls Valley, southwest of Mount Hamilton, and was felt throughout central California. The earthquake ruptured a 30-kilometer-long section of the Calaveras fault zone, and caused the most damage in Morgan Hill and near the south end of the Anderson Reservoir.

July 28–August 12: The 20th modern Olympic Games were held in Los Angeles. The games included the first Olympic women's marathon, which was won by Joan Benoit of the U.S., and the first medal event for a paraplegic athlete, competed in by New Zealand's Neroli Fairhall.

November 6: California voted for Republican incumbent Ronald Reagan in the presidential election, in a landslide victory over Democratic challenger Walter Mondale.